[KS] March 2012 Issue of "Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review" Available Online

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March 2012 Issue of "Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review" now online 
  
The second issue of IEAS's new, interactive e-journal "Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review" is now online. The theme of the March 2012 issue is "Japanese Imperial Maps as Sources for East Asian History: The Past and Future of the Gaihōzu" (guest edited by Kären Wigen, professor of History at Stanford). Visit http://cross-currents.berkeley.edu/e-journal/issue-2 to read the articles, a review essay written by Timothy Cheek (University of British Columbia) about Ezra Vogel's new book on Deng Xiaoping, and abstracts of important new scholarship in Chinese. The March issue of the e-journal also features a photo essay by Jianhua Gong documenting Shanghai's longtang alleyways. 
 
A joint enterprise of the Research Institute of Korean Studies at Korea University (RIKS) and the Institute of East Asian Studies at the University of California at Berkeley (IEAS), "Cross-Currents" offers its readers up-to-date research findings, emerging trends, and cutting-edge perspectives concerning East Asian history and culture from scholars in both English-speaking and Asian language-speaking academic communities. 


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March 2012 issue of "Cross-Currents" e-journal
(See http://cross-currents.berkeley.edu/e-journal/issue-2)
 
*Co-Editors' Note*
 
Building an Online Community of East Asia Scholars
Sungtaek Cho, Research Institute of Korean Studies (RIKS), Korea University
Wen-hsin Yeh, Institute of East Asian Studies (IEAS), University of California, Berkeley
 
*Japanese Imperial Maps as Sources for East Asian History: The Past and Future of the Gaihozu*
 
Introduction to "Japanese Imperial Maps as Sources for East Asian History: The Past and Future of the Gaihozu"
Guest editor Kären Wigen, Stanford University
 
Japanese Mapping of Asia-Pacific Areas, 1873-1945: An Overview
Shigeru Kobayashi, Osaka University
 
Imagining Manmo: Mapping the Russo-Japanese Boundary Agreements in Manchuria and Inner Mongolia, 1907-1915
Yoshihisa T. Matsusaka, Wellesley College
 
Triangulating Chosen: Maps, Mapmaking, and the Land Survey in Colonial Korea
David Fedman, Stanford University
 
Mapping Economic Development: The South Seas Government and Sugar Production in Japan's South Pacific Mandate, 1919--1941
Ti Ngo, University of California, Berkeley
 
*Forum*
 
Asian Studies/Global Studies: Transcending Area Studies and Social Sciences
John Lie, University of California, Berkeley/
 
Defenders and Conquerors: The Rhetoric of Royal Power in Korean Inscriptions from the Fifth to Seventh Centuries
Hung-gyu Kim, Korea University
 
*Review Essays and Notes*
 
Of Leaders and Governance: How the Chinese Dragon Got Its Scales
Timothy Cheek, University of British Columbia
 
A Note on the 40th Anniversary of Nixon's Visit to China
William C. Kirby, Harvard University
 
*Photo Essay*
 
"Shanghai Alleyways" by photographer Jianhua Gong
Essay by Xiaoneng Yang, Stanford University
 
*Readings from Asia*
 
Ge Zhaoguang , Dwelling in the Middle of the Country: Reestablishing Histories of "China" [宅兹中国:重建有关"中国"的历史]
Abstract by Wennan Liu, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
 
Wang Qisheng, Revolution and Counter-Revolution: Republican Politics in Social-Cultural Scope [革命与反革命:社会文化视野下的民国政治]
Abstract by Bin Ye, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences





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